Neo-Nazis march outside Disney World chanting, 'We are everywhere'
The neo-Nazi rally comes a week after three black people were killed in what officials called a racially-motivated attack in Florida.
Neo-Nazi groups rallied across Orlando, Florida, with swastika flags as they spread antisemitic and racist remarks and destroyed LGBT+ Pride flags in front of Walt Disney World.
The group shouted, "We are everywhere," "Heil Hitler" and "White Power!" as they marched Saturday, videos show.
Florida Democrat state Rep. Anna Eskamani posted videos of the event on X, the platform formerly known as Twitter.
Eskamani called the march "absolutely disgusting" and said it was "another example of the far right extremism growing in FL."
Laura Loomer, a conservative influencer and former congressional candidate who is Jewish, posted videos of the group verbally attacking her as she went out to film the rally.
"Mind you, I am a free speech absolutist. This behavior is disgusting. But do you see me calling for him to be arrested or banned? No, you don’t. Because I understand the importance of protecting free speech," Loomer wrote on X. "Even when it’s speech like this from actual Nazi and Nazi sympathizers who are attacking me and saying I deserve to be shoved in a gas chamber because I’m Jewish. And yea, that was shouted at me today."
The neo-Nazi rally comes a week after 21-year-old Ryan Palmer killed three black people in what officials called a racially-motivated attack in Jacksonville, Florida.